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It’s official, Apple’s app store just hit 50 billion downloads. This comes within the hour of Android announcing it’s had 48 billion downloads. One lucky person will get there hands on a $10,000 iTunes voucher out of this as well which is rather nice.
An image has been leaked of the upcoming iPhone 7 which shows the device with redesigned antenna bands and an larger camera cutout.
Right now on Twitter tweets containing damn auto-correct, chubby thumb typos, or just generally mistaken comments are usually left for all to see once you've posted them that it unless you quickly delete it faster than light, and type it out again. By that time however the moment may have passed but that might not be the case for much longer as Twitter are working on an Edit Tweet button!
Atari has announced a fitness app that boasts 150 exercise routines, which have been designed by certified personal trainer, Michael Porter, and are considered "safe and effective" and "designed for users at every level".
Earlier this month rumours surfaced to suggest that DJI had a new drone in the works that it planned to announce later this month. The drone was reportedly going to be a fully foldable device aimed at a more hobbyist entry-level market. Now DJI has unveiled the Mavic Pro, and it's not quite as entry-level as we first thought.
Yesterday DJI unveiled a brand new drone to its Phantom series, the DJI Phantom 4, an incredibly feature rich drone that's suited to both professional pilots or those who have never piloted a drone before.
Guess what? Once again the kid-friendly version of YouTube is under fire once again for not filtering content enough and are showing videos inappropriate for children, but this time it's not primarily 'adult' content that's to blame, but a handful of how-to videos and a few unwanted adverts for things kids really shouldn't be seeing.
Google Cardboard made its debut in 2014 and has since been offering a budget VR experience to a number of people ever since, specifically around 5 million people have purchased themselves one of Google's (and many other's) Cardboard VR headsets.
Today Advent announced the launch of its new Advent Vega Tegra Note 7 tablet, A powerful 7-inch tablet which, as you might have guessed is powered by NVIDIA's powerfull Tegra 4 chip. What's more UK Electrical Giant Currys & PC World will be welcoming the tablet into it's stores on November 15 for a reasonable price of £179.99.
It sounds pretty daft, right? Moaning on a social networking site could lead to heart disease, sounds like one of those sensational headlines used in those tabloid glossy mags filled with other tales of wives who have bitten off their husbands extremities, and alien abduction relationships. The only thing is, this isn't a sensational headline as this week, a study was released by researchers at the University of Pennsylvania which found a surprising correlation between county-level frequency of cardiac disease and the emotional state of an area's Twitter posts.
Although VAIO has returned to the laptop market following its sale from Sony, it's now hoping to make its way into the phone biz, quite literally, with a new Windows 10 phone called Phone Biz.
Skipping an important step of the development process is not something we should encourage. Microsoft however is taking a rather unusual path, since rumours indicate there will never be a second HoloLens prototype. We can instead expect the third generation model to be available to consumers in 2019.
Undead Labs, currently developing State of Decay for the Xbox 360, Xbox Live Arcade and PC, announced yesterday on their website that they've just signed a multi-year, multi-title agreement to extend their relationship with Microsoft Studios.
According to GizChina, the S700 Pro will be unveiled in October and offers some of the best specs from a phone at the moment.
Google have recently introduced a new set of frames for it's wearable tech, Google Glass, and though they are much more stylish than Google's original Glass frame they just didn't have the wow factor of other well known frames. Google hope to hit that market too now they've signed a deal with Ray-Ban and Oakley creator, Luxottica.